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Natural Aromatherapy Fragrance Reed Diffusers

Updated on December 31, 2010

Let the Refreshing Scents of Natural Aromatherapy Essential Oils Fragrance Your Home! Reed Diffusers Made in the USA!

One of the most effective ways to naturally scent your home is with aromatherapy reed diffusers. For a lingering, truly natural scent, essential oils travel through the porous reeds, diffusing into your room. These are scented with only pure therapeutic grade essential oils, contain no artificial colors, artificial fragrances, and are made in the USA. Unlike many other competitors, these contain no synthetic fragrances. Cruelty free, vegan friendly, and phthalate free, these are the perfect choice to freshen up your home!

From left to right: Embrace, Fresh, Citrus Bliss, Spring Bouquet, Serenity

The Hidden Dangers of Home Scenting Products

What your current air freshener products might be doing to you and your family

Conventional home scenting products like plug-ins and aerosols can contain propellants like kerosene and butane or harsh chemicals like formaldehyde. Potential health hazards include headache, irritated eyes and nose and other allergic reactions.

Do irritated eyes, headaches, and allergic reactions happen in your family? Your home scenting products could be part of the problem. Conventional scent products such as plug-ins and aerosols contain propellants. These carry the fragrance, but contain kerosene, butane, and sometimes formaldehyde. Household air fresheners have been also shown to cause asthma like reactions during animal testing. There were also indications of neurotoxity, when the chemicals affected nervous system, causing odd behaviors.

Another common ingredient of air fresheners is limonene. This irritates the skin, eyes, and mouth, and also can cause dizziness. Excessive use can also damage the lungs due to the petroleum distillates. Some chemicals found in air fresheners even have canerogenic benzene compounds, and contain hormone disrupting phthalates. Currently, the federal government has no safety requirements or manufacturer requirements for scent products to be held to.

These reed diffusers are:

* Vegan friendly

* Phthalate free

* Cruelty Free

* Made in the USA

How to Use the Reed Diffusers:

Easy instructions on how to use these aromatherapy scent products

Remove the stopper. Place the wooden cap on the glass and insert the bamboo reeds. After 30 minutes, flip the reeds. Flip the reeds every day or whenever more scent is desired.

Caution

Essential oils are potent concentrates & require care when handling.

- Diffuser essential oils are flammable. Keep away from open flame.

- Do not ingest essential oils and keep away from children.

- Do not apply directly to the skin. Direct skin contact may cause irritation.

- Diffusers containing essential oils may stain wood surfaces. Always wipe bottle clean before setting on any surface.

reed diffusers
reed diffusers

Embrace (Sandalwood, Jasmine and Rose Blend)

Fresh (Lemon, Ginger and Ylang Ylang)

Citrus Bliss (Uplifting Citrus Blend)

Spring Bouquet (Rose and Lavender Blend)

Serenity (Lavender, Eucalyptus and Orange Blend)

Visit the website to purchase today and start freshening up your home with these amazing, natural scents!

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      Jhangora LM 

      7 years ago

      I use room perfume, these reed diffusers look real classy!

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      miaponzo 

      7 years ago

      Love these! I use different natural sprays and infusers :)

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